Did you know that even the ancient Egyptians ate bread with different spreads, such as honey, fruit and olive oil? No wonder that spreads are still so popular in the 21st century and that there are always new flavours to buy.
Brotzeit and Vesper - sometimes also called Abendbrot, Jause or Fofftein: There are many names and many ways to make your bread really tasty. Who would have thought that the bread snack originated in Bavaria or in rural culture? If you slave away all day in the fields or herd cattle on pastures, you can't just go into the kitchen at lunchtime and cook something. And there are no canteens out in the fields either. That's why the farmers and shepherds took their meals with them to work - that is, to the fields or pastures. Several times a day they ate cold food to regain their strength and continue their work. Because bread was always part of the meal as a filling staple food, the name "Brotzeit" became established over time. This then also gave rise to the German Brotzeit culture, which has long since ceased to be confined to the fields, but can be found in just about any home, regardless of the time of day.
Because three is better than one, we have created three new spreads for you! Our Spread trio shines in terms of colour coordination, flavours, application options and, above all, ingredients. As always, we at Wacker attach great importance to what ends up in our products. Our highest demand is that only what belongs in it should be in it!
Beetroot and apple cream
The mixture of Beetroot and apple fits like a glove. The slightly earthy taste of the beetroot together with the fresh, fruity taste of the apple bring a little new energy and variety to your snack. Are you still missing the perfect bread for your snack? Our Spelt bread baking mix is perhaps the solution 🙂
Whether for vegetable dipping, for bread, for spooning, for on the road... Our Tomato-herb cream goes with almost every situation in life and is simply an all-rounder. Consisting of tomato paste, strained tomatoes, sunflower seeds, carrots and herbs, it makes a perfect snack for in between meals.
Fancy some Tuscany again? But in a glass? In our A-La-Toscana cream you will find a variety of vegetables such as courgettes, carrots, aubergines, red peppers and strained tomatoes. For dipping or on freshly baked and still warm bread... Not only does it sound delicious, but it is!